This is the third and final book in this trilogy. I can’t even tell you how intense this book was. There was a lot to twists and turns that kept me on the edge of my bed. It was an imaginative book and I loved it. The only bad thing about this series is that it is over. I could have used a little more…..that is a lie….I want a lot more. That in itself tells you that is was a great read.
This is the second book in the trilogy. After reading the first one I was excited to just in to the next one and I did just that. I had to find out what happened to Ian. It being a sequel it continued perfectly from that last one. There were a few time I was biting my nails as I read it. I love books that get the reader involved. I don’t like to have spoilers in my reviews. The third book’s review will be up soon.
I got these from one for the read review sites that I belong to and the author and I have talked. I love books that give the feeling of being right there with the characters. I felt like I had fallen in the world that she created. It makes the story that she is telling more believe and I read it in a couple of days. It was worth the read and I might even read it again. It is the first part of a trilogy and there are all the rage in the book work today. I have the other two in the trilogy and will be post those shortly as well.
I did not do a lot of reading last year I have mentioned this a couple of times already in a couple of posts before this one. If you have not read those posts. I only read 14 books last year. I wanted to do a lot better than that. So I set a Goodreads goal of 100 books. Thinking that would give me something to shoot for. As of the time I am writing this post I have 103 books according to the Goodreads count. I know this is a little off. Goodreads counts box sets of books as one book. So the total is actually higher than that. I have not actually counted how much that is off. I just wanted you all to know that I have done it. Juts have to see come December what that number will be.
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Keep reaching for the stars……
I am by no means new to Alexia’s work and I found this on Amazon for free. Decided that I love her other work that I had to give this series a try as well. The includes the first to book in the series of the ArchKnight Chronicles. There is a lot going on in these pages and something that you should not pass on. Just a little taste and you will be hooked.
Lilly is forced from her home and family for mistakes that are not even hers to shoulder, but what can one do when there are rival packs, love, betrayal and secrets all on the line. Survive to fight another day. She finds her a part of her she always knew was missing and she finds that in Epherm. I want more and that is a fact.
I was given this book as an ARC. I have to say the cover drew me in. It made the call of another world hard to resist. I was not sure what to expect from this book but I know that it called to a place in that I did not even know was there. I have been a lover of fantasy and adventure since I can remember. This was just want I needed to fill the void that was in me for this genre.
This is about a girl named Alessia and her journey to discover that she is special in ways even she does not know yet. She is being pulls in all directions by family and doctors that think that she has gone bananas. That is not truly the case at all and it takes an ocean and a whole new world to open her eyes to what is truly going on with her. There is also the budding romance with Dante. This gives a lot for our heroine to thing about.
There were a lot of things that drew me to read this book. I was give this book as an ARC to read. The thoughts of vampires, werewolves, fae and pastlives all rolled in to one had me on the end of my seat as I followed Emma on her journey to the passed. There were times I was a little confused on what was actually going but that did not take way from the mystery and mystical journey that was going on in the pages off Heartblaze 1. It was worth the read.